At Pampered Chef, we specialize in kitchen tools and accessories, so our consultants typically sell kitchen-related products at fair and craft shows. However, depending on the rules and regulations of the specific event, other types of products such as home decor, jewelry, and clothing may also be allowed.
In most cases, yes. It is important to check with the event organizers or your local government to determine if a business license is required. This is to ensure that all vendors are properly registered and conducting business legally.
The cost can vary depending on the location and size of the event, as well as the type of products being sold. It is important to factor in the cost of booth rental, any additional fees, and the cost of inventory and supplies. It is always a good idea to have a budget in place before committing to a fair or craft show.
First and foremost, have a visually appealing and well-stocked booth to attract potential customers. Offer samples or demonstrations of your products to entice people to stop by. It is also important to have a positive and engaging attitude, as well as business cards or flyers to hand out to interested individuals. Lastly, make sure to follow up with any potential leads after the event.
As a Pampered Chef consultant, you are able to sell our products at fairs and craft shows with the proper authorization and paperwork. However, it is important to check with the event organizers and follow any guidelines or regulations they may have in place for vendors. Your team leader or Pampered Chef support can also provide guidance and assistance for selling at events.